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Community Partners

Blue Mountain Action Council

Chelan Douglas Community Action Council

Chelan-Douglas Community Action Council is a private not-for-profit corporation primarily serving the residents of Chelan and Douglas Counties. They also serve Okanogan, Grant, Adams, and Lincoln Counties through our AmeriCorps programs. The Chelan-Douglas Community Action assists individuals and families to move out of poverty into a lifestyle that promotes a safer and healthier living environment.

Colville Tribal Food Distribution

Food Distribution would like to thank all the volunteers that helped make the March 18th, 2022 Nespelem Mobile Market Event a success, thank you to 2nd Harvest for providing the foods that served 153 households in the community.

Community Service of Moses Lake

Community Services of Moses Lake (CSML) is a nonprofit agency. Their mission statement is, "We seek to alleviate hunger in our community by providing assistance that is simple in style, and exemplifies the spirit of providing for one's neighbor.” CSML's primary functions are the operation of the Moses Lake, Washington Food Bank, and distribution of food to 33 food banks located in the five central Washington counties of Adams, Benton, Grant, Lincoln, and Yakima. Collectively, these 33 food banks provide supplemental food to approximately 10,000 low-income families each month. CSML has been in continual operation for 57 years since its non-profit formation on December 5, 1956.

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FISH Food Bank

For the past 50 years, Friends in Service to Humanity (FISH) has been the resource for food and help to anyone in Kittitas County who is hungry and in need of a friend. Since 1971, FISH has been a collaboration of available resources to assure no one in Kittitas County goes to bed hungry and anyone has the opportunity to improve their quality of life.

Kalispel Tribe of Indians

Kalispel Charitable Fund
Since 2000, the Kalispel Tribe has donated approximatley $1 million annually to our local community. The Kalispel Tribe believes in being a strong community partner and strives to achieve that through its commitment to supporting its neighbors. The Charitable Fund was established to support the work of the numerous non-profit organizations of Spokane and Pend Oreille counties. The organizations the Tribe supports are pursuing the same goals as the Kalispel Tribe, as we all work to better the lives of our future generations.

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Rural Resources

Since 1965, Rural Resources Community Action has helped residents of Northeastern Washington help themselves and each other. Through education, resources and support, we offer real hope to children, seniors and families, by working to create a stronger and more stable community for us all.

Each year, over 14,000 people in communities throughout Eastern Washington turn to Rural Resources for short-term assistance and long-term solutions to help them take control of their lives and their futures.

Second Harvest

Fighting hunger, feeding hope: Second Harvest brings community resources together to feed people in need through empowerment, education and partnerships.

Spokane Tribe of Indians

The Spokane Tribe of Indians ancestors inhabited much of northeastern Washington which consisted of approximately 3 million acres. At times they extended their hunting, fishing, and gathering grounds into Idaho and Montana.

Sprague Food Bank

We believe that everyone has the right to health, and nutritious food is a key ingredient in the recipe for a healthy life. We envision a world in which every person – regardless of age, race, ability, income or status – has access to the food they need to live a life full of the activities and people they love. That’s why Second Harvest works hard to get food onto the tables of families, kids and seniors facing hunger in our community.

St. Vincent De Paul

Founded in 1833, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a worldwide organization of lay Catholics, following Christ’s call to serve the poor, the suffering, and the deprived.The National Council of the United States was established to support local St. Vincent de Paul Conferences and Councils, and to represent them among the global Society’s membership. Today, the National Council provides resources, training, and spiritual formation for nearly 100,000 Vincentians in 5,000 Conferences and Councils across the country.

The Reclaim Project

We provide a transformational platform for men transitioning away from addiction, homelessness, and criminality. We create opportunities for life affirming activities and a culture of growth to strengthen emotional, spiritual, physical and social lives.

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